Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018
What an incredible experience! My husband and I went, and it was so much fun to see this awesome historical site. Our guide Mary was extremely friendly and helpful, as well as the rest of the staff.
Tips for your visit:
-Bring a bottle of water. It is not a hard walk, but pull definitely want to bring water, since you’ll be standing in the sun in the middle of rocks!
-The best time to go is near to closing, after 5pm would be ideal, but the site closes at that time. Even though the petroglyphs can be difficult to see at midday, the guides are very helpful, and use water and mirrors to show you the petroglyphs.
-Wear good walking shoes. I brought sandals, which was fine, but most of the paths are gravel, and they’re much easier to traverse with tennis shoes.
-Have fun! At the end, you may get a chance to chuck a spear at a buffauxlo (wordplay intended) I did not hit the buffalo, but my husband came pretty darn close! Enjoy your time there!